Robson de Souza Martins
Social Worker graduated from the Faculdade Paulista de Serviço Social in SP-BR with 15 years of work in the City Hall of Cubatão in the State of São Paulo-BR in the development of public policies.
Specializations in Social Projects, Community Therapy and Post-Graduated in Public Management by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Master in Social Service and Social Policy by ULHU.
He was present in councils of rights and CRESS – Regional Council of Social Service (compatible with OAS).
In Portugal I integrated the RSI work team of the Centro Social e Paroquial Nossa Senhora do Porto Salvo in Oeiras and two years as a Social Intervention Technician of Gebalis, a public company supervised by CML.
Areas of academic and scientific interest
- Social Work
- Public Policies
- Reduction of vulnerability factors with the implementation of museum practices
- Bairros Sociais: A Museologia Social em festa!
- Dr. Adel Igor Pausini
This work aims to understand if social museology, by promoting the capital and the human potential existing in social neighbourhoods, favours the change of life situations induced by vulnerability factors. Firstly, it sought to contextualise interdisciplinary work with Social Work, its approaches and anchorages, and to deepen the reflection on Social Museology and how this relationship can contribute to the implementation of Public Policies, particularly on Housing, given that the Social Neigbourhoods of the city of Lisbon are territories and have specific publics, present in the order of contemporary work in museology. In this way, issues regarding the inaction/action of the State, the right to memory and personal heritage are clarified. Following this direction, it is suggested the hypothesis that social projects from the perspective of social museology contribute to a different and aggregating relationship between State and Civil Society, in the construction of new narratives. The research process is done through a qualitative methodology using action research as the main tool, as well as an exploratory approach.